Category: Travel

Visiting Istanbul: The Passion of Turkey

With one foot in the West and one in East, Istanbul is a fascinating melting pot. Bustling, lively, religious and cultural, the Turkish city is a very special destination where travelers can experience sensations hardly comparable to that of other…

Tailored Travel Insurance for Your Tip

When you are planning to go for a vacation, you will take care of everything else but chances are that you will forget about travel insurance until the very last minute. This needs not be the case as there are…

Unusual New Years’ Eve Celebrations

Deciding where to ring in the New Year is the last big problem you face in 2013. Obviously, New Year’s Eve parties will include friends and families, but where are the best New Year’s Eve Celebrations? There are some obvious…

Vacation Activities for the Music-Obsessed

Whether you are a professional or budding musician, or simply a massive music fan, you don’t have to leave behind your love of music or practice time when you go on holidays. Here are some ideas that you can put…

Where to Spend Christmas in Australia

Australia is the perfect destination for people wanting to escape the usual Christmas fuss. Lying in the Southern Hemisphere, Australia is blessed with celebrating Christmas in the middle of summer. If you are fed up with the snow, wind and…

Explore Chania in Crete, Greece

Capital of Crete until 1971, one of the four prefectures of the island together with Heraklion, Agios Nikolaos and Rethymnon, Chania is located on the northwest coast of the island. With a population of 52,000 inhabitants, the city has an…

Airports

Just how family-friendly are UK airports?

Every year, millions of passengers travel into and out of the UK’s airports, and for the vast majority of them the experience is a pleasant one. With facilities such as efficient transport links and meet and greet, Gatwick, Heathrow, Glasgow…

Celebrate Rumi Festival this Winter

  Visit Turkey this winter for a truly unique December: Rumi Festival is an event that celebrates the work, influence and life of mystic poet Rumi that lived in 13th century. The celebrations start on Friday night with a performance…

Visit Scotland this Winter

  Scotland in winter is cold and crisp, but incredibly beautiful and the Scottish are very welcoming. St Andrew’s Day on November 30th marked the beginning of Christmas season in Scotland: Christmas markets, full of colorful handmade food and gifts…

Africa’s top 5 music festivals

One of the joys of travel is the chance to experience music in new ways, new settings and with new people. Going to a music festival is the perfect way to immerse yourself in the culture of a country, mixing…